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As one of the most in-demand professions, nurses cater to the growing population of sick, elderly and addled patients in the United States. Not only is there a call for nurses, but a call for nurse leaders, nurse educators and nurse administrators to teach and guide the next generation of nurses in multiple settings. With this intricate field, growing population and ever-evolving technology, it is vital to stay at the forefront of efficient care, while keeping compassion intact.

5 Times a Licensed Nurse Saved the Day

Nurses save lives every day. One study shows that nurses catch more than two-thirds of safety-compromising medical errors – such as wrong drug dosages – before they reach the patient. Even when errors actually do reach patients, nurses prevent physical harm almost half the time.1 They provide rapid response, assist in triage, double-check the physician’s work and interact with patients to observe important changes.2

What Type of Nurse Am I?

A nursing career is not only challenging and rewarding, it can be multifaceted. Periodically checking in on your academic and professional achievements, is one way to ensure your nursing career is on track. Staying on track can lead to a professional rewarding and satisfying nursing career.